Contracting Entrepreneurs are the cornerstone of the federal acquisition
process. Competition spurs innovation, results in better
products and performance. Ongoing legislation continues to focus on
increasing competition. The Government is wanting small business
participation, the Government is going to great lengths and spends lots
of money in outreach programs to find good, qualified small businesses.
The Government even
provides information that will help you bid.
Just by asking ---- you can
find out how much the government bought , who they bought from, and how
much they paid.
that wants to get started competing for federal government contracts
must start with some registration requirements:
On May 29, 2012 the new (SAM) System for Award Management will
start replacing the (CCR)
Central Contractors Registration the (FedReg) Federal Agency
Registration (ORCA) Online Representations and Certifications
and the (EPLS) Excluded Parties List System.
Although not a requirement, a certification from the
Small Business Administration as a disadvantaged business may be to your
Another step in government contracting is to qualify as
a small business under
Small Business Size Standards.
Learning to win Government Contracts with the United
States Federal Government is a worthwhile effort that will open the door
to many opportunities for you and your business.
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